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Hundreds of executives to gather in Arizona for post-COP21 forum

Author: Becky Dempsey, GreenBiz, Published on: 4 January 2016

More than 700 sustainability executives are set to convene next month in Arizona to discuss the trends, tools and technologies needed to move their companies toward a more sustainable future, energized by the climate goals set last month by the Paris Agreement. GreenBiz…will bring together hundreds of leaders from the world's largest companies, sustainability nonprofits, academic institutions and government agencies…"This year's event, on the heels of COP21, looms larger in importance, given the ambitious greenhouse gas-reduction targets that face us," said Joel Makower, chairman and executive editor of GreenBiz Group and the event's host…[S]peakers include executives from Best Buy, Boeing, Campbell Soup, Dell, Dow, Gap, JLL, McKinsey, Sealed Air, Staples, Starbucks, Steelcase, VF Corp., Walmart and Walt Disney…Included in the hundreds already registered to attend are executives from 21st Century Fox, 3M, Baxter Healthcare, Boeing, Facebook, Genentech, GM, Kimberly-Clark, Land O'Lakes, McDonald's, MillerCoors, Ralph Lauren, Sephora, Siemens, Sodexo, Target, Tiffany and Waste Management…

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Related companies: 21st Century Fox 3M Baxter International Best Buy Boeing Campbell Soup Dell Dow Chemical Facebook Gap Genentech General Motors Kimberly-Clark Land O'Lakes McDonald's McKinsey Ralph Lauren Sealed Air Siemens Sodexo Staples Starbucks Steelcase Target Tiffany VF Corp Walmart Walt Disney Waste Management